Our first Astrophotography trip to Zion National Park and we loved it! Already an amazing place in the day, it is fantastic at night!
We get in two Astrophotography nights in a row at two completely different locations. Goosenecks State Park and Goblin Valley in Utah back in June.
In order to capture the Perseid Meteor Shower in an epic location with good weather, Brendon and Aaron travel down to Bryce Canyon National Park.
Aaron and Brendon captured a reflected Milky Way & a surprise hangout with a well-known photographer and author
Expedition to the southern border of Utah to Goosenecks State Park, Monument Valley and an awesome night getting lost in Goblin Valley.
Brendon and Aaron go through their best images from all Photog Adventures since the beginning up to their trip out to the Silo & Sunrise.
Back out to the water and the Silo, we fight clouds to capture the Milky Way. Then we just barely catch the end of a sunrise over Utah Lake.
Aaron rents a Canon 6D to try out full frame Astrophotography and goes to three locations within an hour of his house on his way to work.
Google Earth location scouting success story! Checking dark sky areas near home, we found train tracks that led to this abandoned trestle.
1am astrophotography trip before the workday! Got out to the Salt Flats by 3am to attempt to tie the Milky Way arch to the Knolls.